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Is there a title block template somewhere?

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Is there a title block template somewhere?

I did not see it in parts, and I don't see an option for a title block.  Do I have to draw one by hand or is there a system for that?


Thank you

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You can use the FRAME command in the CLI to create the border, or you can type Frame in the Place panel to find some pre-built frames (title blocks).  You can also build a library part with a frame that enables reuse.  The > character is the string indirection for injecting attributes (the Value of a Name:Value pair) into the frame in the library and these are editable using the Global Attributes menu command.


Hope that helps.


matt - autodesk

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Sorry I don't see a CLI or anywhere to type in the place panel.  Can you elaborate?

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And how do you set sheet size?  Just measure it out in the tool?

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found the cli, in both schematic and library I get:


There is no command frame. Use ? to get help on available commands

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Hi @eric_engineer ,


I hope you're doing well. If you go into the library manager you can enable the frames library. Those are designed to accommodate the various paper sizes you might need. 


I just tried typing FRAME followed by enter in the electronics CLI and the command starts up. Just left click to start the bottom left corner of the frame and then select where you want to place the top right corner of the frame.


Best Regards,

Jorge Garcia
​Product Support Specialist for Fusion 360 and EAGLE

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